Cherry Wireless

CHERRY’s wireless keyboard debuts

CHERRY’s STREAM KEYBOARD WIRELESS version combines all the advantages of its STREAM KEYBOARD and includes 2.4 GHz technology with a 10m range. Stability and torsion resistance is ensured by an integrated metal plate and two robust feet. Eight non-slip rubber pads on the underside keep the keyboard firm on the desktop.

The heart of every keyboard is the key technology. Like all products in the STREAM family, the STREAM KEYBOARD WIRELESS relies on CHERRY’s proprietary SX scissor technology. It stands for an incomparable typing feel, uncompromising precision and a whisper-quiet keystroke. All these attributes lay the foundation for productive work and make the flat keyboard the ideal partner in the office or at home.

Plug it in and get started – connection of this flat, wireless keyboard is easily established via Plug&Play. AES-128 encryption ensures that data is transmitted in encrypted form using a stable connection, which has a range of up to 10 m.
The wireless keyboard has a full-size layout and a number pad, which makes operation immediately familiar. Status LEDs for CAPS LOCK, NUM and SCROLL LOCK are helpful as they are integrated directly into the key, showing which status LED is activated at a glance. A pending battery change is also clearly indicated in good time by the LEDs flashing. However, the long battery life of 36 months ensures that this is a rare occurrence.

All frequently used functions are located on practical additional keys on the flat PC keyboard. Among them are six keys for controlling the multimedia player and three additional keys for opening a browser, e-mail and calculator. The lock key is also extremely useful as instead of several steps or a key combination, the user can log out with just one click when leaving their workstation.

The CHERRY STREAM KEYBOARD WIRELESS is made of sustainable materials and does not use any plastic in its packaging. It has also been awarded the oldest of all environmental protection labels, the “Blue Angel”. In addition, the keyboard carries the GS seal “Tested safety”, which is the only legally regulated test mark in Europe, certifying that defined ergonomic and safety standards are met.

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